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Old 06-03-2013, 21:16   #21
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Congrats, you'll really like it. I've had mine for 3 years now and haven't found anything that I like more.
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Old 06-05-2013, 19:23   #22
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Got a new 30SF a couple of months ago. One of the most accurate weapons I have fired in my 35 Years as a LEO. The only problem I have is that the weapon sprays the ejected brass all over, some straight back into my forehead, some on top of my head, and occasionally to the right like it should be.
Mine does the same thing though none to the noodle yet. I've thrown a lot of target loads down the pipe e.g. WWB, Blazer, Speer, etc...but when I shoot HST +P my ejected brass is always hard to the right.
With my XDS it doesn't matter what I shoot, they all eject extra hard right. At least 8 feet with a consistent collection on the ground.
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Old 06-05-2013, 19:31   #23
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Congrats! The Glock 30SF is the softest shooting .45 acp that I ever owned. It currently resides on my nite-stand.
+1. Easiest to shoot! May have to dump 3 1911s. !!!!
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Old 06-15-2014, 14:43   #24
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My SF30 (Gen 3) is my favorite .45. With a LWD barrel and recoil spring set it handles .45 Super or .45ACP without hickups. Ejects .45 ACP brass in standard loadings to the same spot every time. The Super rounds (230 gr. at about 1,107 fps) send the brass farther and wider. Very manageable to shoot either way. Any of you shoot a second barrel in 10mm? If yes, what else is really needed to switch back and forth?

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Old 06-15-2014, 19:45   #25
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sweet dealio !! now you've made me want one again, like a did a week ago ... I've been considering the gen4 30S as the slide is slimmer, which may make more recoil?? dunno, but I've always wanted one... I have 19,26,27 and one day will have the 30.. its mandatory ..
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Old 06-16-2014, 16:54   #26
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+1 Glock 30sf

Congratulations on the new Glock. I actually just traded my xd45 for a Glock 30sf today. Unfortunately I live in the lovely state of California and have to wait 10 days. The anticipation is killing me!
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